Friday, March 25, 2011

Good synopsis of Nietzsche's evil "Beyond Good and Evil"

Those looking for a good summary of Nietzsche’s "Beyond Good and Evil" probably won't be able to do much better than Beyond Good and Evil: ‘Why insist on the truth?’ It essentially organizes Nietzsche's scrambled work and makes it much more comprehensible, and easier to recognize its materialistic/Satanic implications. For example, by denying the existence of absolute truth, Nietzsche denies the existence of the spiritual world, which was the basis of the initiate Plato's claim of the existence of absolutes. Nietzsche also banished the spirit by denying the existence of objective evil, although he subsequently wrote The Antichrist, which according to Rudolf Steiner was actually largely written by Satan via an increasingly insane Nietzsche. So, Nietzsche's concept of the "eternal recurrence" can be understood as an existentialist's attempt to deny the existence of death, which he views as eternal obliteration.